At FSS, our caring and professional staff are dedicated to your well-being. We can help those struggling with depression, stress management, grief recovery, divorce recovery, eating disorders, anxiety and phobias, domestic abuse, sexual abuse, self-esteem, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress, behavioral problems, emotional trauma, parenting challenges and many other issues.
Contact us at 806-342-2500 to speak with an intake coordinator who will answer questions and assist you with scheduling an intake appointment.
Types of counseling and programs available include:
Individual, Group, Marital, and Family Counseling
Counseling services are offered in English and Spanish, and some services are available in other languages through translation services.
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) is used to treat behavioral issues, attention deficit disorder, substance abuse, eating disorders, abuse issues, depression, anxiety, relationship problems and communication needs. Read More About Equine Therapy..
CBT is a counseling approach that addresses dysfunctional emotions, maladaptive behaviors and thought processes. CBT is "problem focused" and "action oriented"
TF-CBT is a unique form of cognitive-behavioral therapy that has been specially adapted for children who have experienced trauma.
EMDR has proven very effective for treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in adults as well as children.
Play Therapy uses play to communicate with and help people, especially children, to prevent or resolve challenges. This is thought to help them move towards better social integration, growth and development, emotional modulation, and trauma resolution.
BIPP specializes in domestic/family violence intervention and prevention of battering behaviors used to gain power/control within an intimate relationship, marriage, or family.
WAV specializes in interpersonal violence intervention and prevention of battering behaviors used to gain power/control within an intimate relationship, marriage, or family.
Transparenting is for parents with children who are going through divorce or separation.
Supervised Visitation can help reintroduce a parent to a child after a long absence from the child’s life or help introduce a parent and a child when there has been no prior relationship between them. Supervised Visitation can also help when there are issues of mental illness, domestic violence, child abuse or neglect, or drug or alcohol abuse, or when there are parenting concerns. It may also be appropriate to give the parent a chance to show they are capable of appropriate parenting.
We at Family Support Services would like to thank you for considering us as your counseling provider.
Before we can set you or a family member up with one of our counselors, there are a few things that we need. Which forms are required depend on who is seeking services.
Please download the intake form that you need below: The Adult Intake Form is for persons 18 and older; The Child/Teen Intake Form is for persons up to 17 years of age.
Forms should be opened, printed, and completed prior to your intake appointment. If you need assistance completing the forms, please bring them with you to your intake appointment.
After reviewing and completing the Intake Form, please contact us at 806-342-2500 to schedule an intake appointment.
What to bring to your Intake Appointment:
For your intake appointment, please bring:
The Intake packet with all forms completed & signed.
Your Insurance card, Medicaid or CHIP card (if applicable)
Referral from community agency or healthcare provider (if applicable)
$20 for intake fee
To qualify for our sliding fee scale: please bring verification of income for everyone living in the household, consisting of:
3 paycheck stubs or a paycheck stub with year to date (for those who are employed) OR
SSI letter (for those receiving SSI) OR
Any other documentation that verifies your income (ex: most recent income tax return).
Please bring all of the information above that applies to you to your intake appointment. If you come to the intake appointment without the needed documentation, we will have to reschedule your intake.
By the end of your intake session, you will have an appointment with one of our highly-trained counselors.
Your first counseling appointment will be set up for the soonest available opening.
Clients are asked to pay for their counseling appointments prior to the session beginning. The cost of counseling is determined on a sliding fee scale based on income. Self-pay, insurance, Medicare and Medicaid are also accepted. All appointments are subject to a 24-hour cancellation policy; cancellation with less than a 24-hour notice will result in a charge of your session fee.
There is a set fee for certain classes; please contact us at 806-342-2500 to determine the cost of a particular class.
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